Homes for sale in Nolensville have a small town feeling within the Nashville-Davidson metro area. The area achieved fame as the location for the 1999 movie, “The Green Mile”. Nolensville is a family town, with just over 3,000 residents as of the 2000 census. Spring Hill residents have a median family income of $72,426. At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Nolensville was $24,123, compared with $21,587 nationally. Additionally, Nolensville is an educated city, with 41% of Nolensville residents age 25 and older have a bachelor’s or advanced college degree. This area is truly a great and growing place to live. With it s small town appeal it quickly becoming a high demand area. It is also know for its friendly and helpful residents. Being located between Nashville and Murfreesboro it is quickly becoming a great location for couples working in both areas. Its affordability compared to its neighboring Laverne and Smyrna to the North East and Brentwood and Franklin to the North West makes this a great area only a few extra miles away from Nashville.
Nolensville is working toward interconnecting with the Nashville, Brentwood and Williamson County trail systems. Making this a great area for those who love active out door living. Bike trails, hiking and walking trails are only a few outdoor activities you can take place in. Click here for more information about one of Williamson Counties hidden gems.